Other Forms of the Name with authority source (if provided) in italics:
Beaghcauneen By. Surveyors Sketch Map
Beaghcaunneen C. C. Collector
Beaghcooneen Co. Map
Beagheacumeen Rev. Peter Fitzmorris, P.P.
Proprietor Agustus John O’Neile, Esq., Bunnowen Castle. Agent John R. Berwick, Esq., Ballinahinch or Dublin. Rent £31. 10s. per year. No lease. Soil a very small part arable with a great deal of bog. Crops of oats and potatoes middling. Co. Cess 20¼d. paid half yearly for each of 20- acres. Beaghcauneen Village, Shra do. one house, Cloghine do. one house, Thovnagh-an-edhen, Lough Beagh Caunneen in Eastern part of townland from which a stream called Oweng-yar crosses the public road by Owengyar Bridge and falls into a stream which meres between Ardagh and Beaghcauneen townlands. Loughbeg near to S.W. of the above Lough, Shannalecka in the boundary Ballyconneely Bog or Slieve Bourke, Lough-pepee West the latter and same boundary 2 other small lakes called Peepee, North of latter but not in the mere and road. Loughbeg Cnuckaun-an-ulrigh N. of the 2 latter, three small lakes in a Western direction of townland which have not names given to them. Lough-na-Cregga, Lough-na-mau-thaula, N. of 3 last mentioned. Loughbeg-thovnagh-an-edhen South of latter. Lough-a-vrick-wore South the latter. Lough-boola-na-ean-dharree S.W. of the latter, two other lakes called Lough-na-Cassagh West of Beaghcauneen Lake, Lough-fodtha is in the boundary of Beaghcauneen and [Ballyconneely crossed out].
In the North East side of the parish bounded on the North by the townlands of Ardagh, West by Derrygimlagh, South by Slieve Bourke and on the E. by Slieve Bourke and the Parish of Moyrus. In the Barony of Ballinahinch and County of Galway.